The number of cases of the novel coronavirus in the United States is on the rise as the spread of the virus spread across the country.
The United States reported more than 75,000 cases of the novel coronavirus infection Wednesday, according to the latest data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. Not all states report information on new cases every day. Wednesday’s total is up from Tuesday’s total of 61,958 and while below its January high. But that figure is still high compared to the daily cache load over the last month.
The seven-day mean, which helped reduce the data reporting anomalies, was 65,936 on Wednesday, while the 14-day mean was 64,984, according to an analysis of the Wall Street Journal data collected by Johns Hopkins University, when the seven-day mean was higher. The 14-day average indicates that the cases are increasing.
More than half of the state reported a seven-day average, 14-day mean Michigan on Wednesday had 9,369 new cases on Wednesday, while Florida reported 5,885, Illinois 3,774 and Minnesota 1,996, according to the journal analysis.
Hospitalization stands at 43,780, according to the most recent data posted by the US Department of Health and Human Services.
The country reported more than 2,500 deaths on Wednesday, including important backlogs about the deaths from Oklahoma. Overall, the death toll in the United States surpassed 559,000, according to Johns Hopkins.
Meanwhile, the vaccination program has continued to progress, with nearly a third of the population receiving at least one dose and an average of 3 million dosing each day over the past week, according to the analysis. Of the Wall Street Journal of the Centers for Disease Control And protection information Vaccination levels vary by state. In New Mexico, 26.5% of residents are fully vaccinated, while in Georgia the figure is 14.1%, according to the CDC.
Meanwhile, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said the UK corona is the dominant strain in the United States, known as B.1.1.7, is one of several other contagious viral mutations. In the past few months this has caused concern Among scientists, public health officials and government leaders
A study published in March in the journal Science suggested that variant B.1.1.7 was 43% to 90% more infectious than previous versions of the virus.
Florida had the highest number of cases of COVID-19, linked to the UK variant of 3,192, according to CDC data.Michigan was the second highest at 1,649, while Minnesota, Massachusetts, California and Colorado were all closed. At 1,000
Dr Valensky said the increasing number of bags and hospitalizations in the United States are pointing out two clear truths. “One virus still exists. [a] Hold on to us – infect people and put them in danger – and we must keep on watching. And second, we need to continue to accelerate our vaccination efforts and take personal responsibility to get vaccinated whenever we can. ”